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  • Marion Landing 08-25-2017

    By Diane Bress

  • Cherrywood 08-25-2017

    Community Labor Day Pool & Pizza Party - Friday, Sept. 1, 6-9:30 p.m. - Pizza and watermelon, 2 pizza slices pp (pepperoni, plain, combo or veggie) You will need to decide what kind of pizza you want before getting your ticket - Serving 6:15 to 6:45- Entertainment by The Sugarbear Band - Tickets free for residents.

    Movie Night - Showing at the Clubhouse on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 7 p.m., “La La Land” starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Free for Cherrywood residents. Lemonade; comfortable pool chairs to sit in.

  • Cherrywood news 04-21-2017

    By John Everlove

    Our Cherrywood range day was a complete success. Sixteen shooters came out to improve their marksmanship and weapon familiarity including first time shooter Joan Siegel. From all reports, she did excellent and enjoyed herself.

  • Marion Landing news 01-15-2016

    By Diane Bress

  • Oak Run news 01-15-2016

    By Laura Smith

    Dear readers, this was another busy week. Seeing that we are all retired I would imagine all of our weeks are busy even if you do not belong to any group. Does your week go like this? There are doctor’s appointments, a friend in the hospital needs a visit, time for termite inspection, trip to store for prescription, on and on. That is all well and good but we still need to find time to have fun because that is what we were looking for when we retired, wasn’t it?

  • Cherrywood news 01-15-2016

    By John Everlove

    Members of the Veterans Helping Veterans were the guest speakers at this month’s Cherrywood Veterans Club. They are doing exciting things for the veterans of Marion County including the establishment of a Veterans Service Center; assisting vets with financing their homes and other financial services and teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to repair and build homes for qualifying veterans here.

  • Oak Run news 01-01-2016

    By Laura Smith

  • Spruce Creek North 01-01-2016

    By Margie Beard
    Now that Christmas has passed, I, like so many others, look to the New Year. I am full of hope and good intentions, to lose a few pounds or finally overcome that bad habit that has plagued me. I realize that I have not accomplished these goals in the past, so why should I expect miracles this year. I believe that the miracle will come when the goal is right.

  • Cherrywood news 12-25-2015

    By John Everlove

  • Marion Landing news 01-01-2016

    By Diane Bress